Survey questions in Rise 360?

I am working on a compliance course and want to use Rise 360. There are a few polling type questions that we want to ask learners for and be able to see their responses within our Saba LMS. In addition to this, we have an assessment that learners need to score 80% to comply.

I've been playing around in Rise 360 but I cannot figure out the best way to do this. Here is what I need.

Survey/poll questions:

  • I need to be able to have our LMS record the learner responses to two questions. Since they are survey type questions (what type of device are they using to complete the course, etc.), there is no correct or incorrect response. I know how to stop the "Correct" or "Incorrect" from displaying.
  • However, is there a way to not have a quiz results slide display?

Assessment:

  • Within the same course, and at a very different location than when I ask the survey questions, I need to have an assessment. This I understand how it works and have no issues.
  • If it is possible to have survey type questions and an assessment, how do I set it up to ensure that both 'quizzes' report correctly via the LMS for the exact same course?

Example of the survey type questions (the others are learner role specific)

https://360.articulate.com/review/content/c243b6aa-3ed4-43b6-93ba-d9c2cec8ed91/review

Any information is greatly appreciated. I've watched the training webinar on Rise 360 assessments and quizzing. I understand the difference between knowledge check and quiz... just not sure how to do polling/survey type questions in one section of the course and an actual scored assessment in another section.

Thanks,

27 Replies
Jane Ahern

Adding my vote for survey block AND a built-in, simpler way to incorporate reflection questions in the form of a printable learning journal in a Rise course.  Thanks to Mike Amelang for this awesome work-around https://360.articulate.com/review/content/33873893-2ea1-46d9-9415-3efca951d74c/review

Will also add these requests to: https://articulate.com/support/contact/feature-request as suggested by Kathy Wasson.